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What is the difference between fish and seafood?

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Fish and seafood are in many ways identical both fish and seafood which includes other types of living organisms of the in the sea. In other words fish is seafood of course but seafood is much more than just fish. so your question might be what is a fish and what makes a fish different from some other things that live in the sea. I can't necessarily answer that question. Fish are cold-blooded but there are warm-blooded creatures from the sea also. Do fish have to come up for air but do all other seafoods?

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For me, as for most people who love seafood, there is no difference. These are healthy and tasty foods that I can cook daily. Of course I have my favorites, and places where I buy only natural and fresh products. For example, I always order https://globalseafoods.com/products/beluga-caviar caviar here. It will always be brought to me fresh, of high quality, packaged and at a good speed, which is of no small importance since the product may deteriorate.

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I always thought people just split hairs when they ask whether fish and seafood were different. Turns out there are a few significant differences. Apparently, the term "seafood" refers to edible marine animals like mollusks, crustaceans, and yes, fish.

Also, in most restaurant menus, "seafood" and "fish" are two separate sections. But sometimes, saltwater fish dishes can be found in the "seafood" section, and I think this is where the confusion starts. From what I can tell, saltwater fish recipes can be labeled as "seafood", while freshwater fish recipes fall under "fish". I'm not sure if the restaurants in Deal - where I work - follow this strange rule but I am eager to find out. I personally don't see why it's a big deal.

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Proteins, I assume you are referring to allergies. Because proteins vary between fish and other seafood so can people's reaction. Food allergies can be serious is an understatement anaphylactic shock is the body reacting adversely to these proteins.

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Fish can come from fresh or salt water where seafood only comes from salt water (hence "Sea"). Also, seafood generally refers to shellfish or things like squid and octopus.

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